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Video: A Full Portrait Retouch Done Completely in Capture One Pro 8

There are a seemingly infinite number of videos that walk you through retouching a portrait from beginning to end; however, most of them are based in Photoshop, Lightroom and — once upon a time — Aperture. This leaves the less-used but robust Capture One Pro out of the game.

Well, not anymore! Giving Capture One Pro 8 some love is photographer and retoucher Michael Woloszynowicz, who decided to take it for a test drive and see how close he could get to his Photoshop results using Capture One Pro 8 instead.

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Adobe Unveils New and Updated Apps, Forms ‘Deep Connections’ Between Desktop and Mobile

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As Adobe prepares to give the keynote presentation of its Adobe MAX conference in just a couple of hours, one thing is becoming clear: the theme of this year’s Adobe MAX is all mobile, all the time.

Some exciting new apps, updates to both the mobile and desktop apps we know and love, and the official release of the Creative SDK public beta are all on the docket. Read on to find out what to expect. Read more…

Adobe Brings Cloud-Based Photoshop Beta to Chromebooks

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Adobe has been making moves into the cloud for some time now (it is called Creative Cloud after all), so it doesn’t come as a surprise to hear that the long-awaited Chromebook Photoshop beta is finally live and ready for cloud computing early-adopters to start putting through the ringer. Read more…

Adobe Unveils Photoshop Elements 13, Bakes in Simple-Yet-Powerful Editing Tools

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As Photoshop CC continues to get more and more complex — seriously, have you seen THE SIZE of some of the Photoshop books out there!? — thanks to the myriad of new features Adobe continues to add, the company is moving its beginner-focused Elements offerings the other direction.

Released officially last night, Photoshop (and Premier for you video folks) Elements 13 is even easier-to-use, more intuitive, and yet more powerful than any of the previous iterations. Read more…

Polarr is a Smart and Versatile Browser-Based Photo Editor that Learns Your Technique

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As cloud-based storage options expand in size and numbers, the battle for browser-based photo editors is equally under way. One of the newest and most impressive to the game is Polarr. It’s currently available to use as an open beta and features a number of advance tools and resources for making sure you can efficiently edit your images from within the browser.

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New Photoshop Trend: Hello Kitty-fying Marvel Superheroes

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Well, this is certainly one of the more… interesting Photoshopping trends we’ve seen. Thanks to a brigade of dedicated Photoshop masters on Tumblr, Marvel superheroes are getting the most unlikely of makeovers — Hello Kitty makeovers, to be precise. Read more…

OnOne Software Kicks Perfect Photo Suite Into High Gear for Version 9

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Aperture is about to leave the RAW image organizing/editing game, and OnOne Software wants to tempt users over to their ranks before they all give in to Adobe. To that end, OnOne just announced an impressive new version of its Perfect Photo Suite. Read more…

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The Adobe team has delivered their first update to Photoshop Mix, adding Undo/Redo, Swap Image, Panorama Support, Loval Full-Resolution saving and Dropbox integration.

 
Aug 29, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »

Cheetyr is the Searchable Photoshop Cheat Sheet You’ve Been Waiting For

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Photoshop is a wonderful resource, full of creative potential; to help streamline that creative potential, Adobe has included an insane amount of shortcuts that allow you to easily apply effects, swap tools and perform actions. There’s just one issue… there’s too many of them to keep track of.

With so many shortcuts for so many different things, it’s sometimes hard to remember the shortcut you need the moment you need it — unless, of course, you’re using Cheetyr. Read more…

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VSCO has just released a free update for all five VSCO Film packs for Lightroom 5.6 and ACR 8.6 for Photoshop CC that is tailor-made for specific Sony, Nikon and Canon cameras. The custom camera profiles are designed for greater accuracy in developing film emulated images.

 
Aug 20, 2014 · ∞ Permalink · No Comments »